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Can Philosophy go Viral?

A building at Paris International Airport, Corona architecture. Image by author. Humans have always contemplated the importance of the invisible in nature. To account for the invisible influences of the Earth and its cosmos, humans have invented ‘forces’ to explain their impacts. Spirit forces, even God(s) might be human inventions to help us understand the

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Complexity Theory and Health: Viruses, Bat Attractors, Tractors, Cannibalism and Mad Cows

Written in 1999 as Chapter 3. Complexity and Human Health: Across the Health Hierarchy Nick Higginbotham, Glenn Albrecht, Linda Connor (2001) Health Social Science: A Complexity and Transdisciplinary Perspective. Oxford University Press. Draft 8/8/99           (Glenn Albrecht) CHAPTER 3  THEORIES OF COMPLEXITY 3.1.  Complexity theory: Ideas that transcend disciplines Once we understand that human health is

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